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The free-to-play market had a huge showing at E3 and was showcased at Sony’s Online Entertainment booth. Recently SOE converted all of its most popular MMOs into the model, giving new life to D.C Universe while reintroducing fans to the PlanetSide series.


Throughout the history of video games, the oldest stereotype surrounding the industry has always been do violent video games affect player behavior and personality. It is a known fact that people who play games are exposed to more violence than the average consumer. From nuking entire civilization to obliterating players online, it’s has become more and more common now that games are more focus on squarely providing violent action. For this reason alone, parents have long held an underlining negative attitude towards the industry and those who stand by it, but is this criticism injustice or have developers gone to far? Should government step in?


We do love ourselves a good Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game.  Just ask us how many countless hours we spent on Xbox Live Arcade playing the original arcade game, beating the crap out of Shredder's thugs while having some laughs with friends.  Well, another kind of good game may just be right around the corner, as Rocksteady Studios, the team behind Batman: Arkham Asylum and its Arkham City sequel, could be working on an all new game featuring the New York-based quartet.

As revealed a few weeks ago, Batman will be getting a little bit of help from an unlikely source, that being the Catwoman. But whatever happened to his trusty sidekick Robin? Usually you would think he would be around to help out, and for a while it seemed that wasn't going to be the case... until now. Best Buy is offering up Robin's services to those who pre-order Batman: Arkham City at their store. In addition to the announcement, we also got our first look at the Boy Wonder.


We went back stage to interview some of the winners at the Video Game Awards.